Driving While Suspended or Revoked in NJ

If you have been charged with driving while suspended or revoked (N.J.S.A.39:3-40), first understand that your situation is serious. You are facing harsh consequences that could include jail time.

If convicted of driving with a suspended license in New Jersey, you could face up to five years in jail and fines up to $2,250.

With those kinds of penalties on the line, you need someone on your side who will get results.

Our attorneys are known for their success in traffic court. The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has the strength and experience you need. You need to know all of the potential costs of your case before you can make a wise decision of how to proceed. Contact us without delay.

To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, please call us today. You can contact us at (877) 450-8301.

Driving While Suspended or Revoked in New Jersey

You may have had your license suspended or revoked for one of these reasons:

  • DWI
  • Failure to pay surcharges
  • Unpaid child support
  • Unpaid parking tickets
  • Outstanding parking tickets
  • Suspension by court order (Speeding, drug conviction, etc.)
  • Accumulation of points
  • Failure to appear in court
  • Warrant

New Brunswick Suspended License Attorney

When you need a powerful lawyer on your side, helping you fight the impact that traffic violations can have on your life, contact The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. We have the experience and the legal strength you need.